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"I just made this with a few modifications to meet my taste. I measured by 1/3 cups because I only had about a cup of nuts. I added 2/3 cup sugar and 1/3 cup brown sugar to 1/3 cup water and added 1 tbs salted butter. When they came out of the oven I lightly salted them while they were still sticky as I enjoy salty-sweet things. Thanks for helping ..."
Dec 12, 2009 on Food.com
"I had never tried parsnips before so I grabbed some at the store to experiment with something new. This recipe is great and made me like parsnips. I did change a few things. I cooked a smaller amount and still used the same amount of bay leaf so it was stronger than it would have been in a bigger batch. I liked it this way. I also caramelized the ..."
Dec 7, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"I've done this before and it is really good. Lately, however, I have been adding butter in with the oil. It browns and adds a nutty and buttery flavor. Since it mixes with the oil it isn't as susceptible to burning as it is by itself but there is definitely still a risk of burnage. So, be extra sure to keep an eye on it! *Note that browning the bu..."
Nov 18, 2009 on Food.com
"I thought this was good but I didn't like the tang the lime gave it so next time I will omit the lime juice. I used maple bacon and I feel it complimented the sweetness of the squash really well. Also I didn't have carrots so I used parsnips and I didn't have a granny smith so I used a pink lady (half of one because it was huge and it tasted grea..."
Oct 29, 2009 on Food.com
"I give this 5 stars for being cheap, easy, delicious, and bountiful. I'm a college student so it's nice to have cheap food that is tasty and that I can eat more than once. I used 2 (7oz cans of herdez salsa because it's cheap, tastes good, and is spicy. Also I cooked mine until the sauce was kind of thick and the chicken was falling apart. I cut ..."
Oct 15, 2009 on Food.com
"I haven't made these but I'm watching this episode right now and he said "Use a whole tablespoon of salt, we want these to have a lot of flavor" or something like that. Eek!"
Oct 14, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"Thank you for this simple and tasty recipe. I didn't know how to cook salmon as I never had before so I used your recipe and it came out great. The olive oil really helps the fish stay moist."
Oct 7, 2009 on Food.com
"I really don't care for tomatoes unless they involve bacon and lettuce but right now I'm actually eating this as a snack. I wanted a snack and I had left over tomato from a BLT so I found your recipe and I'm glad I did. Thank you!"
Oct 7, 2009 on Food.com
"I have made this recipe twice but both times I only made the pork chops. Her recipe was great. I used "Simply Apple" (the brand juice because it's not watered down like most apple juices seem to be and it gave the pan sauce a lot of flavor. The second time I made the chops, I sprinkled a little bit of brown sugar on each one after putting the pan ..."
Apr 20, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com